BFI Film and Television Handbook 2003

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Eddie Dyja
British Film Institute, Apr 30, 2003 - Performing Arts - 448 pages
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For twenty years the BFI Film and Television Handbook has stood unrivaled as a unique single publication that spans the entire cinema, television, and video/DVD industry. It provides the answers to many of the questions that the BFI receives each day from politicians, journalists, industry executives, researchers, and film and television enthusiasts.
This edition brings together a unique range of statistics spanning twenty years and more on the state of cinema, television, and video/DVD. This includes the Handbook's groundbreaking categorization of British films, details of major awards and festivals, as well as the comprehensive directory of industry contacts. Produced in consultation with leading trade publications and organizations, the BFI Film and Television Handbook is a must-have book for anyone serious about film and television in the U.K.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
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by Joan Bakewell CBE Chair of the British Film Institute
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by Jon Teckman Director of the British Film Institute
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Eddie Dyja is Publications Manager at the BFI National Library.

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